Friday, October 18, 2019 was an outstanding fall day for this event with cool morning temperatures and plenty of sunshine. We started with a back roads drive from the Folk Art Center to downtown Burnsville with lunch at the Garden Deli. As we turned left off US Hwy 19E onto Main St. in Burnsville, we passed an outdoor art project featuring a 22-foot-tall solar “telescope” with hand-blown glass bulbs. Please see this link for more details:
Follow the Light
After lunch, our drive headed south to the Blue Ridge Parkway and on to Mt. Mitchell. Clear skies made for beautiful mountain views in all directions from the top of Mt. Mitchell.
Thank you Tom Young for hosting this event.
Photos by Terry Ramsey and Gene Carter
Terry Ramsey organized a group of BCCWNC members to display their cars at an Air Force veterans reunion in Flat Rock. This was the 18th reunion of the 91st TFS and 81st TFW RAF Bentwaters veterans.
Saturday, September 21 at Mill House Lodge in Flat Rock.
Photos from the Air Force veterans and Terry Ramsey.
The date was Saturday, September 14 and it was time for the Annual Party for Donald Caba’s 1968 Jaguar E-Type.
Thank you Don and Dorothy Caba for hosting this event.
Photos by Alvan Judson, Joyce Young and Kelly Jones.
Wednesday, September 4 offered a fun event for BCCWNC members.
Departing from Fresh Market, the drive went to Aunt Sue’s to link up with FBCC.
From there, it was west to Rosman and north on NC 215 to the Parkway.
A Photo Op at Devil’s Courthouse was followed by lunch at the Pisgah Inn.
Thank you Denny Somerville for hosting another outstanding event.
Photos by David Wood and Joyce Young.
In conjunction with the Hendersonville Apple Festival, the Laurel Park Shopping Center held their annual car show on Saturday, August 31. Lunch was provided by the Laurel Park merchants and Scotts Pizza. Thank you Carol Clemens for hosting this event.
Photos by Kelly Jones and David Wood.
Starting with a beautiful summer day, we had a nice drive from Hendersonville on Hwy 176 south to Landrum, west to Caesar’s Head, looping up to Dupont state forest and into Flat Rock. The drive was followed by an outstanding lunch at Bella Collina. Thank you Kevin and Pat for an event that has become a yearly favorite.
Photos by MItch Andrus, Joyce Young, Kevin Sweeney, John Rachow and Terry Ramsey.
Mills River Restaurant – Very nice photo presentation during the meeting by John Rachow. Cool looking new MG shown for the first time by Mitch.
Photos by John Rachow
Terry Ramsey hosted one of our most popular annual events with a drive and lunch at Troyer Farms. Following lunch, the event continued with dessert and fellowship at the Ramsey’s house.
Photos by John Rachow and Terry Ramsey.
Furman University – Greenville, SC.
Mini was the featured Marque.
Photos by John Rachow, Kevin Sweeney, Gene Carter and Joyce Young.
5th Annual Broad River European Classic in Shelby, NC.
Photos by John Rachow.